DISCLAIMER: I WAS A LITTLE CAMERA HAPPY THIS WEEKEND.
My attempts at photographing the streetstyle. Everywhere I turned was another emaculately dressed female.
So where to begin with this weekend? The photographs are more or less in the right sequence of events of my weekend. Friday I drove up to New Jersey to visit my roommates who I have missed like an absent limb. They are lovely and I had the best time just bouncing around Soho with them.
Of course I suggested we take the trip to the city for some Topshop loving. It was my first time setting foot in the store and my god was the wind knocked out of me. First it was the sheer abundance of people, and extremely chic people at that, and then it was the overflow of amazing clothes, next it was the pricetags, and finally it was the task of waiting in line to try on as many clothes as my brain would allow me to handle. I don't think I really realized that going to the lone American Topshop on a saturday in the summer was a bad idea. Oh well. I didn't end up buying anything in the end, I was too overwhelmed, but if I make it back there before September I think I will go alone and browse for a few hours when I really have time to appreciate everything.
After our visit to Topshop my roomies and I rounded the block only to discover that the amazing cupcake stand frequented by Gennie of Maison des Reveries was right there! I was pretty exstatic after that realization and proceeded to buy 12 cupcakes :) Of course I split them with my roomie, Sami, but still, it was like some cupcake monster took over. They were probably the best cupcakes I have ever had. Seriously, better than Magnolia Bakery. I especially loved pb+j and cookie dough.
After NYC I drove down to visit some other friends in central NJ and spent the night laughing with friends and taking pictures. Next day was recovery from exhaustion and I pretty much slept off and on until 5:30, watching an America's Next Best Dance Crew marathon in between naps. It was wondrous. My friends and I caught Funny People Sunday night, but I have to say that I was let down. It re-inforced my dislike of Adam Sandler...still love Jason Schwartzman and Seth Rogen though.
I managed to get back home in record time (my lead foot I guess) and spent today reading Teen Vogue, uploading pictures, and baking the most delicious mac'n'cheese ever. YUM YUM YUM. Its been a good weekend for my stomach :)